Wealth Strategist – Investor – Coach
From a small town boy growing up in the remote outback of rural Queensland, to becoming the founder of Australasia’s most powerful property wealth creation engine – Positive’s Group CEO Jason Whitton is on a mission to change the way we look at wealth.
With over 20 years’ experience in the real estate industry, in which his company has closed over 10,000 property deals, coached 7500 clients, and generated a combined property portfolio of over 5.1 billion dollars – Jason has never been more dedicated to sharing his knowledge and wisdom to help people on their path to wealth creation.
However, this loving husband and father-of-three, never set out to achieve real estate dominance or teach wealth strategy. His story may surprise you.
The Wealth Faculty
In this ground-breaking and inspiring podcast series, Positive Real Estate’s Jason Whitton embarks on a journey to discover the true meaning of wealth, by interviewing world-renowned leaders and wealth champions who have achieved extraordinary levels of abundance. Some of whom are the very experts and advisors that have impacted and contributed to Jason’s success as a property investor and coach.
Pam Brook is co-founder of Brookfarm, a family business based in Byron Bay, New South Wales. Together with her husband, Martin Brook, she has transformed a rundown, weed-infested dairy farm into a spectacularly beautiful patch of land that follows regenerative farming practices and produces premium nationally recognized macadamia products. She is a great believer in a nutritionally balanced diet and a healthy, sustainable food chain. In a previous career, she worked as a dentist.
Today – Pam is the author of the new book We Can All Eat That – a book all about raising healthy adventurous eaters and helping to prevent food allergies.
It’s been a bumper few months on The Wealth Faculty and we haven’t come up for her to process all the wisdom shared with my guests over the last few months.
Today is the day we do that! I bring on the show’s producer, Marcus Pearce, to discuss some of the big themes that have come up across a number of episodes. If you’ve listened to a lot of The Wealth Faculty, this episode will be a good “golden nugget” chat. If you’re new, you’ll get an idea of what comes up each week on the podcast.
A really interesting and inspiring chat for you today! From dealing with self doubt, balancing work and family, investing in property and even some acting tips, this conversation with Tim Robards has plenty to feast your ears on.
Tim is a chiropractor, human biomechanics enthusiast, TV personality, speaker, inspired educator in health and wellbeing, all round fitness fanatic and founder of The Robards Method. Tim was initially inspired to health and wellbeing by his grandma through her practice of Chinese massage (hear about that in the interview).
The primary reason to invest in property is to become wealthy enough to live the life you want, right?
Many property investors want to know how they can generate a level of riches from real estate and live their dream life.
The good news is that it is possible to get rich, live your dream life, and accumulate great wealth from property investment.
But – and this is a big but! – property investment is not a get-rich-quick scheme. Anyone expecting to make a billion dollars overnight is going to fall flat on their face.
My wife Shay and I don’t just do life together, we do business together too.
Starting Positive Real Estate wasn’t always a smooth ride and as a couple we experienced some low moments – both personal and financial.
However, one thing that has always remained a top priority for us is ensuring we are continually working on our personal growth.
Being a smart and successful property investor means dealing with tax – all different kinds of tax, all the time. When we talk about tax as investors, we see our cash go flying out the window, but the more you know about tax and how to reduce it, the more cash you can keep. Having a smart investing strategy around tax will save you money by minimising your payments and maximising your returns, so you need to get educated. So, what are the different kinds of tax you’ll face as a property investor and how can you navigate them?